- What does your post construction cleaning service involve?
- Do you supply everything required?
- We've already had deep cleaning and disinfection done in our facility, doesn't that cover it?
We provide the detailed cleaning that is needed after the construction work is completed and all construction debris has been removed. This is the final step prior to turning the building over to the owner. NOTE: Construction clean-up is divided into two categories: rough clean-up and final clean. ServiceMaster of Vancouver Commercial Services focuses on the final clean. Rough clean-up is the removal of construction debris and is often done by the contractor. ServiceMaster of Vancouver Commercial Services does not do rough clean.
We supply all the labour, equipment and materials required to carry out the tasks as would be outlined in our agreement with you. You may also exercise the option of having us provide various consumable goods for your facility such as toilet paper, paper towels, hand soap, etc. at their added cost.
The purpose of disinfection is for infection control to help ensure the health and safety of your facility and its occupants. Surface contamination can and is likely to recur. Once a surface has been disinfected, that same surface can easily be re-contaminated when the next passerby touches that surface or sneezes or coughs near that surface. As such, infection control is about regular and consistent cleaning and disinfection. Unless an occupant has been diagnosed with a confirmed case of an illness, you will likely not need to regularly perform deep cleaning and disinfection. However, to keep your facility healthy and safe, what you should be maintaining is your standard cleaning protocols with the addition of regular and consistent disinfection of high touch points.